The woman who was killed in an armed confrontation with Sandpoint Police on July 8 was brought to Bonner General Health by her husband because he said she was exhibiting "erratic" and "aggressive" behavior, according to the Bonner County Sheriff's Office. The husband, who was not identified by sheriff's officials, came to the facility's emergency department and stated that Jeanetta Marie Riley was armed with a knife. "The man said his wife was threatening to attack anyone trying to approach her. The man said he did not know what to do or where he could take his wife to get help," Det. Sgt. Gary Johnston said in the news release. The man left the lobby and BGH initiated its lock-down procedures. At 9:13 p.m., three Sandpoint officers were dispatched to the hospital in two marked patrol units/Keith Kinnaird, Daily Bee. More here.